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Shadow World by Johan Grimonprez wins Ensor for Best Documentary 2017!

Cassette for timescapes

Production company

Cassette for timescapes

Bio

Cassette for timescapes produces films and crossmedia projects that combine innovative vision and social or political engagement. With our projects we like nothing better than to defy the rules and cross over the boundaries between genres. With a main focus on creative documentaries, we also produce fiction films, television series and interactive documentaries.

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Emmy Oost

Producer

Bio

Emmy Oost started working as a film producer for Johan Grimonpez, an internationally acclaimed filmmaker and artist from Belgium who directed a.o. DOUBLE TAKE (premiered in Berlinale & Sundance). Since 2009, within her company Cassette for timescapes, she mainly focuses on documentary and crossmedia projects with social or political engagement.

She received the support of Creative Europe for a slate of 3 migration films that have recently been released: PROBLEMSKI HOTEL by Manu Riche premiered at FF Ghent 2015 & IFFR 2016 ( distributed by Lumière). NO MAN IS AN ISLAND by Tim De Keersmaecker was selected for Hot Docs’ competition 2016, screened at Docville, Mooov & FF Oostende and is distributed by Dalton. The 3d film THE INVISIBLE CITY [KAKUMA] by Lieven Corthouts started its international impact programm with The Good Pitch in May 2016. The film premiered at Docville and Mooov 2016 and aims to reach 50% of Belgium’s teenagers over the next 5 years via a cooperation with Mooov, Dalton, Lessen in het donker & Africalia.

Currently releasing are Shadow World by Johan Grimonprez (documentary; 90’; main producers Anandil Hussain, Joslyn Barnes & Driss Benyaklef, USA). Selected for Tribeca FF, IDFA 2016 among many others. Awarded as Best Documentary at the Edinburg & Seminci Spain.
The Invisible City Kakuma by Lieven Corthouts (doc, 70’), coproduced by Magellan Films. Selected for the Good Pitch and IFP market 2016.
Waiting for Giraffes by Marco de Stefanis (documentary; main producer: Volya Films, NL). International premiere: IDFA 2016.

Currently in production are Luc Vrydagh’s tv series BARBER SHOP and the interactive documentary FIND ME IN KAKUMA by Lieven Corthouts about unaccompanied refugee minors.

Emmy Oost receives the Flanders Cultural Prize for Film in 2016.

Studies

Emmy Oost studied Germanic Literature and Linguistics. She is part of the EAVE, Eurodoc, ACE & Power to the Pixel Producers Networks and of the Belgian organisation Flanders Doc. She teaches ‘Production studies’ at LUCA, school of arts.

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Magalie Dierick

Production coordinator

Bio

Magalie joined Cassette for timescapes in 2014 as production coordinator on the feature film Problemski Hotel by Manu Riche. From 2015 onwards, she manages the production of the company’s documentary and fiction projects.

Studies

After her studies Graphic and Digital Media at the Arteveldehogeschool in Ghent, Magalie obtained a master degree at RITS in Brussels. She graduated in 2014 in the field of Audiovisual Arts – Documentary.

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An Oost

Production and crossmedia manager

Bio

An Oost has been travelling since she was 20 years old as a model, she used to model for brands such as Gucci, Versace and Chanel. She walked miles on the catwalks in Paris, Milan and New York. In between photo shoots she obtained her master degree in Communication Management and built a worldwide network within the world of art, design and fashion. A few years ago she decided she wanted to work behind the camera as well and she produced different fashion shoots and commercial campaigns. Up until today she also owns Design&Breakfast, a B&B where vintage furniture and street art play an important role, and she works as an online manager for a graffiti web shop and as crossmedia manager for the production company Cassette for timescapes.

Studies

Master Communication Management, University Ghent, 2008

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Céline Broeckaert

Impact producer

Bio

Céline is a pro in establishing long term relationships with ngo's , political partners and all organizations that work around the same theme as our films. She is currently working as an impact producer for The Invisible City [Kakuma].

Studies

Master in Roman Philology (Italian-French) at VUB
Bachelor in Performing Arts at RITCS, Brussels

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Céline Broeckaert
celine@timescapes.be
tel. +32 [0]9 278 05 90

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